This is a must watch video for all phaco surgeons. It shows how a good rhexis can be achieved even in a case of intumescent cataract.
I am not particularly a big fan of the fish hook technique that was largely developed by Dr. Albert Hennig in Lahan, Nepal. I am trained to use irrigating vectis and I still am comfortable with that. But in case some of would like to try to it, here is a short video on how… Read More »
Great surgeons take utmost care of even the smallest of the details. It starts right from the slit lamp examination. In the OT, the first step is draping of the eye. Poor draping is not only unsafe in the sense that it can lead to post op infections but can also lead to great discomfort… Read More »
This is a must watch video for all cataract surgeons. Here the operating surgeon’s greatness lies in recording his own complication and discussing the management. It is fascinating to see how this master-class surgeon has detected the complication so early, almost the instant it happened. Note the subtle pupil snap sign so beautifully shown in… Read More »
Just look at this fantastic surgery Performed by Dr. M. S. Ravindra, a pioneering surgeon. Topical, clear-corneal SICS with phacosection and without any side port. Simply Brilliant!
One question is haunting for more than 25 years when I saw for the first time. Q is “For right handed person which should be direction of rhexis, clockwise or anticlockwise? I feel do have answer but still Smart members please enlighten! Which ever direction one is comfortable is “way out” answer. shekhar paranjpe Please… Read More »
Today I wish to share this wonderful surgical video performed by Dr. Prathmesh Mehta. Watch is closely with attention. First appreciate the fine tissue handling and even when pupil is stretched, how delicately it is done. This is followed by the most elegantly performed capsulorhexis using Utrata forceps. Note how the big nucleus is prolapsed… Read More »
Phacosection may be a new term for many ophthalmologists. It is a technique that was devised by Indian SICS surgeons, one of the great propagators of which is Dr. M. S. Ravindra This technique is a type of nucleofractis that is done purely mechanically using a solid wire vectis in left hand and a chopper… Read More »
Discussion on nucleus expression in SICS Wire Vectis vs Irrigating Vectis. Anyone trained at Aravind Eye Hospitals will be quiet comfortable with Irrigating Vectis. Some argue that irrigating Vectis results in flat chamber and pupillary miosis. That may be true in unskilled hands. Irrigating Vectis is held in the right hand. Some hold superior… Read More »
Superior Rectus and Ptosis During taking bridle suture if one is getting ptosis then certainly lps and it’s attachments are getting damaged.. I have made a very quick model of eyeball and SR attachment..sending one video clip..I know it is very crude but the point which I want to stress is clear..in the first part… Read More »